Charisma House, March 2013
It’s time to rethink what you know about the Holy Spirit.
When a rabbi in Jerusalem told Perry Stone that, according to Jewish tradition, speaking in tongues was something the high priest did in the holy of holies, his interest was piqued, and his heart set out on a journey to discover lesser-known details and insights concerning the Holy Spirit.
In The Code of the Holy Spirit Stone shares his discoveries, providing a unique view of the Holy Spirit through the lens of Old Testament writings and Jewish tradition. In addition to revealing the Holy Spirit’s presence throughout the Old Testament— including clues revealed in the Hebrew feasts about the Day of Pentecost—Stone answers questions such as:
· What is the anointing?
· Why is the Spirit likened to a dove?
· Is the Holy Spirit feminine or masculine?
· How do you offend the Holy Spirit?
· How do you know if someone is truly operating in a gift of the Spirit?
Whether you’ve been taught a doctrine, embarked on your own study of Scripture, observed others operating under the Holy Spirit’s power, or had a personal life-changing experience, this insightful book will give you a deeper understanding of this member of the Godhead than you’ve ever had before.
Worthy Publishing, February 2013
If there was ever a need-to-know book, AfterLife is it. On his daily call-in radio show, the most common questions Hanegraaff fields are about the hereafter.For instance, millions are voraciously reading about the near-death experiences of young children. Consumers are desperate for knowledge and reassurance about what comes after life on this earth. Hank Hanegraaff, one of the most remarkable theological minds of the 21st century, explains the marvelous way this physical life connects our past to our eternal future. AfterLife gives readers a clear and concrete understanding about what happens after death to us and to those we love.
Mark & Debbie Laaser
Zondervan, February 2013
This new take on relationships changes everything! By examining the seven desires we all share, Mark and Debra Laaser illustrate how men and women are actually more alike than different. Do you long for ways to Tune in more closely to your children? Connect on a deeper level with your spouse? Strengthen friendships? Reach a fuller relationship with God? The Laasers look past what separates us to examine what connects us. Instead of focusing on how to sidestep or compensate for perceived differences, they dig deeper, to the core of our souls, to examine how the basic needs of all people make us more alike than different. The Seven Desires of Every Heart explores the common desires God has given us ---to be heard, affirmed, blessed, safe, touched, chosen, and included. Using stories, biblical references, and sound psychological principles, the Laasers explain each desire and show us how we seek it and what it feels like to have it truly fulfilled. You will learn healthy ways to embody these desires in your relationships and be given the tools you need to start repairing and rebuilding relationships and developing new skills for creating emotional and spiritual intimacy.
Hayley & Michael DiMarco
Revell, February 2013
What comes to mind when you think of the word "purity"? Abstinence from sex? A list of don'ts? Super-spiritual behavior? The DiMarcos say it goes much deeper! Showing that purity starts in the heart and involves every thought, action, and desire, they help teens make wise choices---and assure them that God's grace can redeem lost virtue. 192 pages, softcover from Revell.
Integrity Music, February 2013
Messianic worship leader Paul Wilbur returns with his first studio album in over 20 years! Your Great Name carries on his trademark Messianic worship style while adding fresh contemporary elements to the mix, including brand new songs "Who Is Like You," "Song Of the Beautiful," and "Glory Come Down" alongside a new version of "Great I Am," and a majestic recording of title track "Your Great Name," originally by Natalie Grant.